Google has announced an array of updates to a bunch of its apps, at an event in in São Paulo, Brazil. The company has added new feature to Duo, Allo and Photos apps. Continue reading “Google adds audio calling for Duo, file sharing to Allo and updates Photos”
After setting a foothold in Indian markets, Xiaomi is now foraying into Brazil. The Chinese telecom maker has announced that it will launch in Brazil on June 30th.
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Motorola had started soak test for Moto X (2nd Gen) for Android 5.1 in March. Now the company is rolling out the soak test in Brazil for the phone and has also introduced a cool new feature.
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Motorola has announced the i867 Ferrari smartphone with Push to Talk in Brazil in partnership with Nextel. The phone’s design is inspired by the Ferrari 458 Italia and the back cover is designed to resemble the hood of the car.
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Micromax, one of the popular Indian handset manufacturer has announced that they would start selling their mobile phones in Brazil. They plans to invest around $12.5 million and they have launched 3 new phones that has features like dual SIM , multimedia and marathon battery for youth market. Continue reading “Micromax enters into Brazilian market”
Opera has announced that the Opera Mobile would come pre-loaded on the Motorola’s Motokey XT in Brazil. The Opera Mobile would be the default browser in the phone and could be accessed from single click from the shortcut on the phone. Continue reading “Opera Mobile to come pre-loaded with MOTOKEY XT in Brazil”
A few days ago, we told you that Google will bring paid Android apps to additional countries in a few days. And today Google finally announced that paid apps are now available in Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Finland, Hong Kong, Israel, Mexico, Poland, Romania, Russia, Continue reading “Google bring paid apps to 13 more countries”